This sounds lie an issue with the country in which they want to travel.. nt the US
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This requires more information about your parent's current status. But I agree with my colleague, they may not be able to enter the other country, if that country requires documents your parents do not hold.
Contact an immigration lawyer to assist you with this issue.
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I agree with my colleagues.
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